A National Treasure further enhanced On February 13th 2013 millions quietly mourned the passing of a great talent, Richard Briers. Of course we still had the re-runs of ‘The Good Life’ and ‘Ever Decreasing Circles’ and the occasional repeat episodes of ‘Minder’ and Midsummer Murders’ to entertain us. And thrown in for good measure we could hear that wonderful, versatile voice narrating the adventures of ‘Rhubarb and Custard’. Still others had the extra bonus of experiencing his stage performances with works ranging from Ayckbourne…
A different chap on and off stage. What I found most interesting was the idea of the man from The Good Life was very different from the one in real life. Lots of contributions from other ‘loves’ (actors) and the family made it all the more real. Loved reading it and the only problem was the story came to an end sadly.
An absolute delight from start to finish A delightful biography about a very dear and talented man. I never saw Richard Briers on stage but I loved his TV work over the years. A true one off and sadly missed.
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